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    Irish Must Maintain Focus on Senior Day

    11.12.2015 · Posted in News

    Notre Dame concludes its home football schedule on Saturday afternoon by hosting Wake Forest, who is 3-6 on the season and coming off a bye week. Pregame ceremonies will be held to honor the outgoing Fighting Irish seniors and their families, including Sheldon Day, Nick Martin, Ronnie Stanley, Romeo Okwara, Elijah Shumate and Chris Brown. ...

    Catching a Lift for Veterans

    11.11.2015 · Posted in NDNation, News

    Long-time NDN readers will have heard the stories of Willie, Andy’s larger-than-life friend.  Subtlety was not his watchword, and his hijinks tended to draw the wrath of administrators large and small.

    While Willie has mellowed a bit in his post-Notre Dame life, he still believes in going big or going home — an attitude that … ...

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    Irish in the Zone Against Pitt

    11.07.2015 · Posted in News

    DeShone Kizer threw five touchdown passes and ran for another score as Notre Dame overpowered Pittsburgh by 42-30 on Saturday. Freshman Josh Adams came off the bench to run for 147 yards in relief of an injured C.J. Prosise, and Will Fuller accounted for 152 receiving yards and three touchdowns. Meanwhile, the Irish defense played ...

    Irish Venture into Panthers’ Lair

    11.05.2015 · Posted in News

    Notre Dame continues its march through Pennsylvania on Saturday as the Fighting Irish take on the Pittsburgh Panthers. Coach Pat Narduzzi, formerly the Defensive Coordinator at Michigan State, is 6-2 in his first at the helm for Pitt. Narduzzi succeeded Paul Chryst, who returned to Wisconsin to take over in Madison where he had been ...

    Kizer and Fuller Treat Irish to Win

    11.01.2015 · Posted in News

    DeShone Kizer hit Will Fuller with a 17-yard scoring strike with 2:09 remaining to lift Notre Dame to a hard fought 24-20 win over previously unbeaten Temple on Saturday night. The Irish offense struggled mightily throughout, as Kizer’s two red zone interceptions in the first half kept the game close. The determined Owls clawed back ...